Starting a new project or moving jobsites can be an overwhelming transition. Below we’ve compiled a few essential tips to help you be productive and ready to work from day one:
Get Organized – Start your next project on a productive note by having your everyday equipment, paperwork, safety gear and more readily accessible and easy to find.
Personalize Your Workspace – Whether you have a corner office or an open floor workspace, an important step toward productivity is making the new area your own with personal touches and private workstation panels that fit around any desk. These privacy panels can also help you maintain your social distance while on the job.
Make Introductions – With a new project or jobsite comes new responsibilities and potentially new team members. Be sure to introduce yourself and establish communication with your team, (even if it just over the phone), so that your team understands your expectations and can focus on their tasks at hand.
Plan Ahead – Following a schedule, especially in construction project management roles, is key to meeting tight deadlines and avoiding distractions. Take time to prioritize your task list and build out your schedule to ensure a successful start to your new project.
Furnish Your Space – Making your work space comfortable with quality desks, chairs and other office essentials can be imperative to starting off on a productive note. See some office space ideas here.
While these tips can help you begin transitioning into your new project or jobsite, our team of experts at WillScot can help you get all the work essentials you need, when and where you need them.